Coastal Karnataka Temple Tour is a once in a life-time divine tour which covers major temples and beaches across Karnataka’s golden coast. Come and see the world’s second tallest shiva statue, touch the only atmalinga in the world, get mesmerised with udupi krishna’s beauty and soak in kollur mookambika’s blessings. Also, don’t miss the Konkani cuisine as you relax in Mangalore. Come and explore this unexplored region and get blessed!
Udupi Krishna Temple: The Udupi Krishna Temple is one of the most famous Temples dedicated to Lord Krishna. The Temple complex is also a Matha where the priests live and perform their daily duties. The unique feature of the darshan of Lord Krishna is that the actual darshan of the Lord is through a grilled window known as the Navagraha Kitiki or as the Kanakana Kindi (Kanaka’s window).
Murudeshwar Temple: The Murudeshwar Temple houses the cloth covering the famed and sacred Atma Linga of Lord Shiva. As per Hinduism, all the Gods attained mortality and invincibility by worshiping the Atma Linga of Lord Shiva. The Atma Linga originally resided in the heart of Lord Shiva but the Lord gave it to Ravana as a reward for his penance.
Gokarna Temple: Atmalinga of Lord Shiva is worshiped in the Gokarna Temple. The region of Gokarna is located between an ear-shaped confluence of the Rivers of Gangavali and Agnashini. The sacredness of the Gokarna Temple is considered on par with the Kashi Vishwanath Temple in Varanasi. Hence, Gokarna is also known as Dakshina Kasi (Southern Kasi) and as the Bhookailasa.
Kollur Mookambika: Goddess Mookambika is an avatar of Goddess Parvati who is believed to have descended to Earth to annihilate the demon Kaumasura. The Kollur Mookambika Temple holds high spiritual value and receives lakhs of pilgrims every year. The Temple is one of the seven Mukti Sthalas of Karnataka. It is believed that Sri Mookambika embodies all the Gods of the realm in herself and thus worshiping her is equivalent to worshiping all the Gods at the same time.
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